Notice Regarding Fraudulent Job Offers
We are aware that certain individuals or entities occasionally send fraudulent offers of employment using the names of DPR's family of companies. These unsolicited job offers are not authentic or associated with our companies in any way.
DPR does not make offers of employment before completing a thorough hiring process which includes in-person and/or virtual interviews with multiple members of our team.
Signs that a job offer may be fraudulent:
- The individual or entity contacted you about a job at DPR that you never applied for
- The job referenced is not posted on DPR's Careers site
- The individual or entity’s email address does not end in @dpr.com , @oesonline.com, @eigllc.com, @digitalbuilding.com, @vueops.com, @gplainc.com, @vconstruct.in, or @surepods.com
- You are contacted via Signal Messenger, Google Hangouts, Telegram App, WhatsApp, or any other messaging platform or app (rather than via email)
- You are asked for money. DPR Construction will never ask candidates to provide credit card or bank account information, transfer money or make any type of personal financial investment to gain employment with DPR.
If you have received a fraudulent job offer or believe you have been the victim of fraudulent activity via the internet, we recommend you contact the relevant police or government authorities in your jurisdiction.
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